Wiesenthal International Advocacy Internship Program
The Wiesenthal International Advocacy Internship will expose students to public policy, legislation, and advocacy to combat antisemitism, fight bigotry and stereotyping and ensure proper legal and de-facto treatment of minority communities.
Wiesenthal Government Advocacy Interns will:
- Have the opportunity to receive hands-on experience in the offices of consulates representing various international governments, United Nations missions, and international organizations, to learn about mechanisms of political movement in a dynamic, intellectually rigorous environment.
- Participate in regular workshop sessions with consular officials, top lobbyists, issue-based advocates, and Jewish leaders on the international scene, to understand the currents of effective Jewish communal advocacy on an international-based issue approach.
- Be partnered with mentors who shape front-line policy decisions to gain insight and guidance from an insider perspective.
- Receive a stipend of $1,500 upon completion of the program.
*The Wiesenthal International Advocacy Internship Program is accepting applications for the 2023 class - download flyer and application here.